I calls ‘em as I sees ‘em. Links ahoy!
Cute Suffragist Postcards. My fave:
Using the books you carry as people-repellent. I heartily recommend Anaïs Nin in any situation with heterosexual males.
There is a whole blog devoted to Michelle Obama’s clothes. Why did I not know about this? Now if only there were one for Rachel Maddow, I could have all my women in one RSS feed.
Long story short: I hate the smell of cilantro. I’d wondered why, when I was picking it last summer on that organic farm I worked on. Luckily, the NYTimes has assuaged my herb-angst.
Setting up a geeky computer-based TV for non-geeks. Aka my possible X-mas gift to my parents (the labor, not the actual hardware)
If comics and beautiful strong lesbians are your thing, then you will be pleased to know that Batwoman (whose backstory involves getting discharged from the military via the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell policy) will be having her own series.
In other news, the newest Japanese fad, “History Girls,” which are sort of a mix between history nerds, re-enacters, and…and…well, it’s an interesting fad, anyway.
Remember that thing you drunkenly tweeted publicly? No? Well, the Library of Congress does. It will now be archiving all public tweets since 2006. Eek!
The best use for an Ipad. Let your cat play with it.
Yay for bi-sexual pride! I don’t watch House but a lot of people do, and Thirteen’s characterization and defense of bi-sexuality here is rockin’.